IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Irish government has provided updated guidance for beneficiaries of temporary protection who are planning international travel.
Additional Information: Information regarding visa requirements and how to apply for a visa is available here. More information for Temporary Protection Certificate holders is available here.
BAL Analysis: Irish authorities are allowing Temporary Protection Certificate holders to reenter the country on expired certificates to reduce processing times and simplify travel for temporary protection beneficiaries.
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